Posted by Barry Byington Sr. on March 4, 2009 
Now THAT is a mood shot...soooo many things can be described in vivid detail with few words. This is nice work, Mike; I hope it gets a ton of views.
Posted by David Wheeler on March 5, 2009 
Whoops. Love this unique shot PCA from me
Posted by Ron Tilley on March 5, 2009 
That could put a damper on operations!
Posted by Janusz Mrozek on March 5, 2009 
Terrific shot!
Posted by Mark Rosnick on March 5, 2009 
Very creative Mike. Nice shot
Posted by Steve Carter on March 5, 2009 
Nice perspective Mike. Your right, it does sort of minimalize the problems they have at the moment.
Posted by Chase Gunnoe on March 5, 2009 
A really good shot, Mike. Glad to see you made top shot of the day, this photo definitely deserved it!
Posted by Mont Panichjeerasin on March 7, 2009 
Absolute perspective! You did it again man.
Posted by Patrick Smith (Railwolf) on March 10, 2009 
I know it's probably not what happened here, but I like how the rear of the train is out of focus, as if continuing on, not noticing that something is missing. The rust on the bar almost makes the metal look red-hot. Very nice photography!
Posted by David Nutter on March 17, 2009 
Fantastic shot!
Posted by Mike Massee on March 17, 2009 
Excellent photo. The perfect example of extreme foreground interest well framed with everything else.
Posted by Paul Springowski on September 12, 2009 
So that's how a spare coupler would look on my HO layout!
Posted by Conrail Fan on April 6, 2010 
I think they forgot something.
Posted by Bruce Brown on July 14, 2011 
Looks like the key fell out where the drawhead attached to the car body underframe. Being a retired RR man, I've seen this more than once. I'd venture to say that it was unavoidable, so don't blame the poor engineer. LOL.
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